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IMPACTS OF COVID-19 ON NATIONAL SECURITY IN INDONESIA

Papar presented at The 4th International Seminar on Tourism (ISOT) on November 4th, 2020 and waiting to be published on CRC Press Taylor & Francais indexed by Scopus

Author:

Agung Masyad Fawzi

School of Economic, Finance, and Banking, Universiti Utara Malaysia

Andhyka Tyaz Nugraha

School of Technology Management and Logistics, Universiti Utara Malaysia

Agung Gita Subakti

Hotel Management Department, Faculty of Economics and Communication, Bina Nusantara University

Request for full paper: agsubakti@binus.edu

Abstract-This research paper is written in the purpose to analyse the issue of COVID-19 pandemic, especially in Indonesia, regarding the influences, challenges, and the alternative of policy solutions toward national security. The data used in this research is the secondary data and based on its characteristics, the data being used is quantitative. The technique used in data collection in this research is the documents and records by viewing and analysing the information available and provided in related websites and online articles regarding the current global issue of COVID-19 pandemic. Then, the type of research analysis technique chosen is descriptive analysis. Specifically, the analysis of this research is mainly concerned with the influence of COVID-19 pandemic on law enforcement, health security, economic security, social security, food security, and supply chain management issue in Indonesia. Also, as the alternative of policy solutions related to COVID-19 issue in Indonesia, the Government can potentially identify both the case size and case location, in which this identification can be done by a combination of Rapid Diagnostic Test (RPD) and Polymerase Chain Reaction Test (PCR), or laboratory tests. Besides, breaking the chain of the coronavirus transmission is the responsibility of all parties and indeed must be properly done with good cooperation between the Government and community in the country.

Keywords: COVID-19, Law Enforcement, Health Security, Economic Security, Social Security, Food Security, Supply Chain Management


Published at : Updated
Written By
Rachel Dyah Wiastuti
SCC Hospitality Management | BINA NUSANTARA UNIVERSITY

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